We don’t just need more churches. We need churches committed to decreasing lostness.
It’s easy to walk when you can see where you are going. It’s a different story when you have to take a step in the dark.
Successful church plants don’t happen in a vacuum. They are the result of healthy partnerships—churches coming together to expand the impact of the gospel in a given region.
Kingdom work starts on our knees. God movements happen when God’s people pray.
Determining where to plant a church depends on your circle of accountability—the 30-mile radius surrounding your church.
One of my greatest regrets as a pastor is the way I focused on succeeding as a leader. I was so concerned with my own performance that I failed to invest adequately in elevating the performance of others.